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Vale youngsters learn all about the work of paramedics

Evesham Editorial 23rd Oct, 2017 Updated: 23rd Oct, 2017   0

YOUNGSTERS at a Vale primary and pre-school swapped the classroom for an ambulance to learn all about the work of paramedics.

Pupils at Flyford Pippins Pre-School and Flyford Flavell First School got to take a look inside an ambulance and all of the life saving equipment the paramedics need to treat their patients.

In the summer holidays the Pre-School moved into the same building as the first school which enables the pre-schoolers to take full advantage of all of the resources and facilities which the school has to offer.

Rosalind Brotherton, headteacher at Flyford Flavell First School, said: “The move has a great many advantages for the school too.

“Children from Pippins will be used to the Reception classroom and to having lunch and playing with the older children before they start school, so their transition from Pre-School to Reception will be seamless, making their learning more effective, more quickly.”

Julie Chorley, Pre-School Manager, added: “We’re already enjoying many benefits of being here.

“We have a huge play area to ourselves when indoors. We can explore Forest School at any time, share the equipment of the Reception Class at designated times and take advantage of all of the outdoor play apparatus whenever we like.”

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